Degustabox UK review
Degustabox has been on the scene for quite some time now and is growing in popularity – and for good reason.
Many people are put off by monthly subscription food boxes, due to the lack of variety and cost. Degustabox is different, it is an affordable box filled with a variety of full-sized products that actively encourages you to get creative and try new things, with “new flavours each month.”
For someone like me, it is a godsend as I have no choice but to step out of my comfort zone. The beauty of Degustabox is that each monthly box is different! Just take a peek at what I received in my last three boxes:
November 2017 box
Weetabix Additions (apple and raisin), Propercorn sweet popcorn, Kallo organic stock pot (chicken), Taylors of Harrogate ground coffee (cacao superior Colombia), Dalston’s fizzy apple soda, ALO aloe vera drink, Planters fruity chocolate crunch, Cadbury Picnic Bites, Filippo Berio pesto, Filippo Berio crostini, Rio Mare tuna, The English Provender Co.’s caramelised red onion chutney, Ryvita multigrain rye cakes and The Jelly Bean Factory super sours.
December 2017 box
Planters Planters Peanuts Nut-Rition, Popchips galactic puffs, Taking The Pea snacks, Sleep Well vanilla milk drink, Marry Berry’s lemon and mustard seed vinaigrette, Coldpress valencian orange juice, Candy Kittens sour watermelon gourmet sweets, Robinsons fruit creations, Willie’s Cacao Black Pearls chocolate (dark sea salt caramel), Ryvita multigrain rye cakes (lightly salted), San Miguel 0.0% and Lift Matcha instant green tea.
January 2018 box
Clipper everyday organic tea sample, Robinsons fruit cordial, LighterLife Fast Ready to Drink shakes, Explore Cuisine edamame and mung bean fettuccine, Latin America Kitchen Colombian crunchy chicken corn coating, Latin America chipotle mayo topping, Hershey’s cookies and cream snack pack, Mahtay Yerba Mate sparkling tea, Pulsin vanilla whey protein powder, Pulsin vanilla choc chip protein booster bar, Jordans juicy red berry frusli bars, Wild Planet albacore wild tuna steaks, Miso Tasty spicy ramen noodle kit and Mallow & Marsh bar.
So, what did I think of the Degustabox monthly subcription?
I was very pleased with my latest January box, it had a super healthy ‘New Year, new me’ theme and the varied items made for interesting snacks and dinners. I have to admit, I was not a big fan of the Mahtay Yerba Mate sparkling tea and the Pulsin vanilla choc chip protein booster bar – this did not put me off mind, the rest of the box was delicious.
As you can see from the above months, Degustabox covers breakfast, additions for lunch or dinner, snacking, condiments, sweet treats, quirky drinks and other household essentials. They also include lots of handy tips and recipes to really brighten up your mealtimes.
Each box contains 10 to 15 surprise products, with many being new to the market. Please note, I may have some additional items in my review boxes.
The Degustabox subscription is £12.99 monthly. However, if you use code 80O4C, you will receive an exclusive one time discount of £7, making your first box only £5.99! Handy eh? You can get your box here.
What do you think of Degustabox? What would you like to see in a monthly food box?
These monthly subscription boxes were exchanged for an honest review